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Bush Speech Won't Be a Free Ride for Workers

The Nation | IN BRIEF / NEBRASKA

May 12, 2003|From Times Wire Reports

Employees have been told they will need to make up the time they're off work while a plastics plant is used as the site of a speech by President Bush on his economic and employment proposals.

The president is to appear today at the Airlite Plastics Co. Bush is expected to speak to the company's 575 employees about how his economic stimulus plan would benefit them.

Airlite President and CEO Brad Crosby said workers can work their regular shift in an adjacent plant, take the day off and make up the work Saturday, use one of their vacation days or take an unpaid day off.

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